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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 21, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                2 HUTCHINSON DAILY NEW8: FRIDAY MOBNINft, MARCH 21,1890. A Terrible Temptation. You wil] find the wonderful Bargains we are offering in Dinner tiets, Chamber Sets, Water Sets and Hanging Lamps to be an Irmistable Temptation. Oast Your Eye on These Prices. Decorated Dinner Sets, -  $ 6.50, reduced from % 10,60 7.60, " 12.00 8.56, " 15.00 12.00, 14 20.00 Dec. Fr. China Dinner Sets 27.91), " 35.00 28 50, 11 40.00 Decorated China Sets at $2 50, $3.69, $4.49, $6.10, $8.39 and up. Fancy Glass "Water Seta 98c, $1.25, $1.66, $2.00, $2.50, $3 50 and $4.50. Hanging Lam/ps at Cost. Come and see us, our Goods and Prices will interest you. YOUNG'S CHINA HALL E. S. YOUNG, Proprietor. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. A YOUNG MAN ADOPT CD THE ABOVE AS A MOTTO *-ND fiOT RICH. *'Wh6U Won't l)o What They I.lk�t Th#jr Do Wlmt They Can"-This Young Mim Uodcrstooit Plckl**. Jtntl Into rickl�><* !� *Jftewm*� ypu gave me ad vice that wa� worth* Itrw* 4wu.** Tbftuoratag vt one Fourth of July Mupa, *fuj he no#4m4 whether to go to Obeying Her ftlu'i Injunction*. "May I tuko one kiss before I go, dearest Angelina*" "Y"es, deal* Edwin, you may take one, but you must return it, fur mu bos frequently warned me against giving kisses to any one." -Bos to u Courier. The KilUur'tt Atlviivrs. They're thick an \eaveu 'iiuatb autumn1* tfow, Or beams of otd Sol's taptu*, Ttm mttu -who know or think they know The way to run a paper. -New York Frta*. Au Kite -lporaueoua I'ropoajU. Mim Liftwicb-And what la yourcutlela the air, Mr. Trimble! Mr. Trimble (passionately)--A Harlem flat with you sa> it* queen, Penelope August*.- Munwy'a Weekly. A 0UKt,**M*>u* If you love a girl and want to marry '�r, And look of pluck U the only barrier, I would make this mild suggestion, Shoot yourself or pop the queitloo. _-Texas Blf Una*. A IMtUu btatamvut. Celebrated Lawyer-Now, tell me bouwtly -did you rob that bank I Client (in disgust)-Of course I did. Do yer s'pose I'd be able to retain you If X didn't 1 -Life. Very True. Now lo the parlor meet the pair, When koIUgu day Is done. Two forms with but oue rocking; chair. Two hearts loot beat as one. -Boston Courier. In 1689 thtrn were about 90,000 acres of fruit troos growing In Bnglaml; cocr there are $14,000 ftores. An EngH*h railway company has **t apart a speciAl fund from which to reward acts of bravery on the inrt of its employes. AccOrdluJt to the department of agricul tore titers nro more than 14,000,000 hoi-ucw lo the United Rt*U�, and nearly ln,OO0,OO0 cows. There was a large Increase In the number of domestic animals of all kinds In 13H9. There U talk in France of utilising water courses as a railway motive power. It proposed that tho tracks shall bo laid on an embankment In the middle of the current, and that the locomotives shall have two pad-del wheols dipping into the water and revolved by it. Travelers In Spain are often astonished by the shortness of a Spanish cigarette. Th� smoker never seems to enjoy the luxury until the fire seems about to burn his lips or singe his mustache. Frequently a Spaniard Is to bo met who will completely exhaust hii clgaretto in two Inhalations, The government of Bt Domingo, whiob claims to have the only original bones of Columbus, Is desirous of forwarding them to tho United States for -se in 1893, provided thore bo given in return for them $30,000, cash down, and 90 per cent, of the receipts on public exhibition of the eamo. Capt. William Tyron, of Now Loudon Conu., who followed the sea for forty years, says there are now only eighty-eight American vessel*, mil and steam, in the whale fishery. Twenty years ago Now London alone had 100 vessels In the whaling trade, but now only seven sail from that port When a Coreau marries he is careful to present his wife witli a wild go  and the Corean bridegroom wishes his bride t� understand tho virtue of constancy. Tho recently published statistics of the imperial German postoffleo department ,fcbow that in 1SS8 there were 13,50tJ poslolUces in (Jonnnny, with 10,010 telegraph offices, and WJ/jsa officials of all grades; 9,3^(1,W7,tt50 pieces of mail wore handled, 2U,Vifi,itl7 telegrams wore sent. The money orders of all unices in the country amounted to 17,0SS,tt0a,� 410 marks. THE  USES OF KEROSENE. A lllg Discount. E-1 wa� out ihming yesterday. What do you think 1 caught! F.-Not uioru thau half what you aay.- Texas tiff tings. He Wat a Tailor. "The day Is done," the sang away, Aud with the ineasuruN running, tier father sighed; "Yes, due's the day, With little for the duuniug.'1 -boston Herald. Wheu Tuuuels Are Dangerous, Agues-I should thiuk those luug tuun&U Would be very dangerous while traveling, Mabel-They are, If you are noteugagad,- ttxeuauge,        ^_^ Couldn't Translate It. " "N� 10 p. tu. I"     girl exclaiiaed, llut useless did 11 prore. He didn't smoi to uarieretattf That p.�. natal **plee*e wot*." -WaeUlagton fttt, Hub ru.sty flat Irons with kerosone. Kerosene will brighten silver and ?.inc. Olt cloth may be brightened by rubbing with kerosene. Tarnished puint may bo cleaned by rub-biug with a cloth wet with kerosene. A tublespoouful of kerosene in a boiler of clothes will greatly facilitate the rubbing. Kerosene will soften boots and shoes hardened by water, and render them as pliable as new. Black walnut or any wood finished in oil may bo kept bright by polishing with kerosene. To remove rust from steel rub with kerosene and soak for a day, polishing with emery dust and kerosene. Pour a toaspoonfui of kerosene into each quart of boiled starch for a gloss; this will also prevent irons sticking to thin goods, Keroseno poured on red flaunel and bound on the throat will greatly ease a sore throat. It will also heal outs and cure chilblains. Iron and polished steel, when not in use, may be kept from rusting by wiping with a cloth on which a little kerosene has been poured. All soiled spots found around door knobi on light painted doors may be removed by kerosene on flannel cloth, with no injury to the paint. When giving the final polish to stoves, before putting away for the summer, mix tht blacking with a little kerosene instead ot water, to prevent i JPt Marks on tables, caused by hot dishes, may be removed by kerosene rubbed in well with a soft cloth, finishing with a little eologue water, rubbed dry with another cloth. Rub lamp chimneys with newspaper on which has iweu poured a little kerosene. This will make them much clearer than ii soap Li used; they will also bo less liable tx crack.- Ray Joyce in Good Housekeeping. POSTAGE STAMP  LORE. The stamps of France are the most complicated and inimitable of all stamps in use. The Rothschilds have a collection of postage Btamps valued at a quarter of a million francs. Postage Btamps were permanently introduced into France In 1B48, having been issued by the republicans. In tho Berlin museum there are 4,500 specimens, ho it is said, of which U,AtH) are European and 1,147 from America. There are over 150 postage stamp sellers in Paris, which shows what a rage Frenchmen have for collections of this kind. The French uavy department in Paris bai amassed, not merely a huge album, but a gigantic library of such proclous trifles, it lithe largest collection* in the world. There Is a "lost pletod," so to epeak, In the shape of a postage stamp Issued by the government of British Guiana in load, which now commands, at public auction, about *260. A postage stamp exchange and mart was opened in Vienna In 1887. Ft holds its am lit* In a large seven windowed room, has it* regular organisation officers and even an organ. There exists in Paris a regular market or exchange for old stamps. It is held every Sunday afternoon in the Avenue Gabriel, Champa Elysaee, and la attended by some fifty or sixty persons of all agea and social staudiugB.-Philadelphia Times. THE ANIMAL  KINGDOM. A very small bird of South Africa is tbs Mahali weaver, but it lives in a very large house shaped like au oil 0aak, which it buildi itself. No animal can see In the dark. Borne have yes extremely sensitive to light of low Intensity. Such cau seo in places which we pro-nounue dark, but there must be some light present The tailor bird makes ite nest of long loaves, which it sews together with the fiber of a plant, first piercing the holes In them with Its Leak, The bottom of the uest has a heavy layer of cotton. A dudlsu bird that linos Ite uest with the down uf certain flowers is the lanceolate honey eater. The uest it shaped like a hummock suspended from twigs, and Is very deep. The groundwork is of grusu and wool. The rat plag'ia is getting worse in Suffolk, fiuguuid. In threshing two beaustaok* of ordinary site 160 rate were killed. Hixtoeu were drlveu from one hole by a ferret, which was killed by the rata before the job was LIGHT AND AIRY. I4>va*e Tender Vlaate. laid Patrick to Bridget: "Your eyes la OJ breast The tiadereat t^Umtffte hatch." #xdd Bridget to Pali "Deo* you Uu^�k'twould he bait' fiaoe we*w tinder to spike up a match r Tfcaa the e^a^k k4    (ttv^t ^rtgW^^^   ri|IA Jutd \oi* \nm�4  bMUUftil tat. wm ban iftkmmn Dm mm*****- Oka by the Jolted 8MN Oonrnaart. Sndonsd by the heads of  .  )!. SauIs. A. j. ItUSK, President.      Frank Vinokht, Vlce-jPre#.      0. H. Mann, Ouhl* HUTCHINSON NATIONAL BANK 19 and 21 East Sherman Street, DOES A GENERAL T0B PRINTING Book Making -AND- HUTCHINBOK, KANSAS. OLDEST NATIONAL BANK EN HUTOHOT80I* Orcimlxd Jnna lo, 1BB4- Capital Stock Paid up,          -     $60,000.00 Smrplns. SS.OWMK).    Avthsrtcei Capital, SS00,000.0U. V/IU 4o x. OoDern: Banking' Bualneas. Buy and sell Domeatic and Foreign K> nbanga. OoUec.tiona promptly made and remitted for on date of payment. DIRECTORS. f. H. Carpenter, K. R. Price, Frank Vincen', A. J. Luak, C. p. Window, J. Bay, Geo, O. UpdeRraff, G. A. Vandeyeer, ana O. H. Henke. The Peoples State Bank. Capital Stock $100,000. Southeast Cor. Mainland Sherman' Sts., Butchin* General Banking Business in all Branches Interest Paid on Time Deposits. 8. 8. HANDY, �. WILCOX, f. H CHHIHMAW, JOHNCHAPXAM, Pritddnu. Vlca-Piuldant. OaaUat' AaatUuhl, HENEY HEGWER, MONEY to LOANI On Property in all parti of the Oity or Coadty. If o. 10 Baennan Street Weit, lUar Kiret National Bank KANSAS SALT CO. -OPERATING- Riverside. Western. Diamond and New York SALT WORKS Manufacture all grades of Salt, including AIbo the Finest Grades of Dairy and Table Salt Write for quotations. capital, $50,000. SURPLUS, tfiO.000 the FIRST BaNK IN RENO COUNTY. The First National Bank, -or- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, aw.tuitTnu,     laiwq!* f 
                            

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